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  1. So i have always prepped with hand tools. But i really like the air scribes. But theres alot to choose from. Many of my fossils are limestone and sometimes theres a super small layer of matrix on the fossil that if i try to remove will damage the fossil. I have heard about sand blasting is that any good? I would really like one that can prep fragile fossils. I have seen many where they dont even Touch the rock when prepping. I also saw a shop called zoic palaeo tech i think its called. They were selling alot of tools but dont know what to choose anyhelp? I Also see these wooden boxes people us
  2. Jurassicz

    How to preserve fossils?

    So how do u preserve fossils like shale/limestone and teeth? I heard something about paraloid? Where do i buy it? And i have washed some fossils with tap water when i started fossil hunting. And some say they can get discolored with sunlight How do i know that? I got a old trilo that now have alot of dots of matrix they were not dried in sunlight but the rooms light was turned on i used normal hand soap.
  3. I have alot of fossils with super thin matrix on them. How do i prep it manually? The rocks are limestone.
  4. Found this shell in crete chania. Should i prep it? Its In a rock of slab with other not so good fossils if so i will prep with dental picks and then after i maybe split the rock Open? Or should i just prep away some matrix and leave it be?
  5. Hello everyone,I've recently acquired this piece of unprepped oreodont jaw section and want to do some prep work on it However I've realized that the jaw looks quite fragmented and is afraid that it might break apart into thousands of fragments. I had only prepped a knightia before and I am kinda confused what I should do now.
  6. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  7. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  8. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  9. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  10. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  11. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  12. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  13. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  14. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  15. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  16. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  17. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  18. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  19. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  20. From the album: Priscacara

    This specimen is from the Green River formation in Wyoming. Found split in two, unfortunately. These images show a before and after prep job using a Vaniman mobile Problast sandblaster. The specimen is a Priscacara from the Eocene period.
  21. Hello all. I hope this is OK to ask... I was wondering if anyone would be generous enough to send me (Nathan) some "throw-away" matrix material or partially encased fossils so that I can attempt to prepare and document various methods for sandblasting them. We are currently trying to make improvements on our sandblasters for harder, more difficult matrix and I need samples for R&D. I would happily send this person the specimen back after it's been prepped if they would like and will give full credit in any publications we create using the sample. There would be videos sho
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